A low-cost, easy to assemble, modular, Arduino-compatible microcontoller kit.
Embedding electronics into projects is an exciting way to get kids interested in electronics and programming. Unfortunately, the techniques necessary to create a robust project are not trivial. We've created this system which allows you to:
- Easily create and test a working microcontroller circuit with basic inputs and outputs using standard through-hole components and a printed circuit board.
- Program the circuit using the Open-Source Arduino Integrated Development Environment.
- Snap the pieces apart and easily sew them into a soft circuit project or solder them into an embedded project.
What you get:
- 1 - PCB
- 1 - HOLDER BATTERY
- 1 - Attiny85
- 1 - photo transistor
- 1 - SWITCH SLIDE SPDT
- 1 - BUZZER PIEZO 4KHZ 12.2MM PC
- 1 - Battery
- 1 - 3MM LED
- 2 - 5MM LED
- 1 - 0.1uf Cap
- 1 - CONN SOCKET USB B-TYPE HORZ
- 1 - 1N4001 diode
- 2 - DIODE ZENER 3.6V
- 1 - 1.5k resistor
- 2 - 22 ohm res
- 1 - 10 uf cap
- 3 - RES 330 OHM 1/8W 5% CF AXIAL
- 1 - 4 pin RA
Check out the written and video directions at our Knowledge Base.